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Campus Ministry

Our greatest mission as a Catholic high school is to create disciples and world-changers who will carry the teaching of Christ wherever they go. We know that developing a rhythm of prayer is essential to this. For this reason, we offer many on-campus activities for our students. In addition to a quiet chapel for students to spend time in during breaks or before and after school, we offer weekly adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Mass, confessions, bible studies, class retreats and prayer groups. We believe that by having consistent encounters with God, through the Sacraments, through his Word, and through his people, we can truly develop faithful, compassionate, just, and knowledgeable leaders.

COVID19 RESPONSE: While our students are off-campus, we will continue to minister to them virtually, as to keep Christ the center of all that we do. We will still have weekly activities to connect them to Christ and community, including retreats.

Please come back to this page for updates on upcoming events and follow us on Instagram @garcescampusministry.

 

Retreats

Retreats are an essential part of developing students to be reflective, thoughtful believers. Taking time from the routine of the day and from the busyness of life helps students to gain perspective and to evaluate priorities.

Freshmen Retreat 2019

And that's a wrap on this year's freshmen retreat! The class of 2023 spent the day at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton learning about friendship, the meaning of true friends and how to grow closer to God through the relationships built with one another. The theme was Fiat Lux, which means let there be light, allowing us to focus on how we can be the light in our friendships and relationships with God. Thank you to NET Ministries for joining us today, thank you to SEAS for letting us spend the day at the church and thank you to our campus minister, Mrs. Perez, for planning such a great day!

Sophomore Retreat 2019

Our sophomores spent the day off-campus growing close with God and as a class. The focus of their retreat was to focus on their individual light and gifts and how they can use them to grow closer to God. Rhyan Ramierz (aka Bro.Rhy), a youth motivational speaker, and Father Paul Kostka from Denver, spent the day with our students encouraging them to share their light with the world and trust in the Lord’s plan. Thank you to Rhyan, Father Paul and our campus minister Mrs. Perez for putting on a great retreat!

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